Southern California Stabbing Suspect was released from prison early

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Also, apparently this man was NOT released early from prison.

According to the Orange County Register, though, state prison officials say Castaneda was not released early from prison.

He had been sentenced to four years in prison. “He was eligible to earn one day of additional credit for each day served, which cut his sentence in half,” the newspaper reported. “Police said Garden Grove-Santa Ana stabbing suspect Zachary Castaneda was on the street because of #AB109. Not so, according to prison officials. He was freed after serving his full term,” wrote Todd Harmonson, senior editor for the newspaper, on Twitter.

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Just curious.....was this man an American citizen?

Also....how is this "liberalism?
Mr. evidence,

Hard to say. The justice system in California doesn't report such things.

And it is liberalism as it was passed via liberal supermajorities in both houses of the legislature and signed into law by liberal governor "Moonbeam" Brown.
 
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Mr. evidence,

Hard to say. The justice system in California doesn't report such things.

And it is liberalism as it was passed via liberal supermajorities in both houses of the legislature and signed into law by liberal governor "Moonbeam" Brown.
I see, but that law did not apply to this case and thus far, this Creaton looks to be an American (USA) citizen.
 
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Mr. Evidence,

He was released early because of AB 109.
No, he was not.

Boy....this sure is fun.

I already posted from YOUR source that he was not released early for that reason.

Hey....just this one time, can't someone who started a thread just admit that they made a mistake? That would be so flippin' cool!